The first CCSDS-compliant X-band transmitter developed by Syrlinks, in collaboration with CNES and ESA. Designed in 2011, the EWC28 is suitable for medium-sized spacecraft and missions that require a minimum lifetime of 5 years in LEO. The EWC28 offers an excellent SWAP (1kg 1 litre) design integrating a DC/DC converter (galvanic isolator), low power consumption and RF output power programmable from 30 to 39 dBm. It operates in the 8025-8400 MHz and 8400-8500 MHz (optional) frequency ranges and reached TRL 9 in 2013 in the PROBA-V mission (in partnership with ESA and QinetiQ Space). To date, over 40 units have been commissioned for LEO and lunar missions by clients in North America, Europe and Asia.

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Last updated: 2020-08-02

EWC28 X-Band Transmitter




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